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Powder applications news, January 2018

GKN Aerospace says that a total of 39 Fokker aircraft were placed in 2017, compared with 42 transactions in 2016.

Diana Lados the founder and director of WPI’s Integrative Materials Design Center has been elected a fellow of ASM International.

The MPIF has reported the death of Stanley (Stan) Abkowitz recently at the age of 90.

GKN has published information about its upcoming company strategy.

ASTM International announced its first proficiency testing program in additive manufacturing (AM).

GKN says that it has received a preliminary and unsolicited acquisition proposal from financial services firm Melrose.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has launched a new training course to help support and develop the powder metallurgy sector.

The Sauber F1 Team has officially taken delivery of a 3D printer built by Additive Industries as part of a three-year technology partnership.

Dr Huaxin Li, material/welding technical specialist at General Motors, talks about his role.

The EPMA reports that the Abstract Submission Deadline for the Euro PM2018 Congress and Exhibition is 24 January 2018.

Dr Paul J. Wolcott, applications engineer additive manufacturing at General Motors talks about his role.

GE Additive has opened its first ‘Customer Experience Center’ in Munich, Germany.

A new technique for 3D printing metals, which utilizes ultrafast cooling, can produce components with exceptional levels of strength and ductility.

AM specialist Sintavia, has begun construction on a new 55,000 ft2 manufacturing facility located in Florida, USA.

Höganäs reports that it has signed an agreement to acquire H.C. Starck’s surface technology and ceramic powders division, STC.

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